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Eleven years ago I walked into Alpharetta High School for the first time, scared but excited to start the new chapter in my life. And just last week, I walked back through the same front doors … more
Maybe I’m ignorant, or optimistically naive. Maybe I never listened enough in social studies or political science classes. Or maybe I’m just flat out wrong. But I do not understand … more
I’ve heard it a hundred times. “Print is dying.” When asked what I do, or even when they already are aware of my profession, friends, family, acquaintances and strangers alike … more
Last week, I went for a walk on the Greenway with my mom. We appreciate that our community has worked hard to provide wonderful outdoor exercise options like this pathway and try to take advantage of … more
Opinions — we all have them. They can be great tools for fueling passions, finding your personal morals and connecting over shared interests with friends. In fact, more often than not, every … more
Have you ever walked into a room full of strangers and immediately felt at home? That’s exactly what happened to me last week while attending the annual Georgia Press Association conference. … more
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